The health of local economies today will affect their ability to adapt and thrive in the automation age.
Best practices are well understood. But are companies following them as closely as their leaders claim?
Millions of women in the United Kingdom may need to transition between occupations and into higher-skilled jobs due to automation but those transitions could be challenging.
Focusing on innovation, skills, and labor fluidity will be keys to good social outcomes of technology adoption.
There’s reason to be hopeful about our future. The New York Times columnist explains why in a conversation with James Manyika.
James Manyika and the New York Times foreign affairs columnist discuss what it will take to restore high-wage jobs in the face of technological disruption.
One-word answers are not enough in today’s complex world, when people have differing priorities as citizens, consumers, and workers.
From flat, to fast, to deep, technology is advancing in stages and changing our world. The New York Times columnist forecasts what’s next in conversation with James Manyika.
Automation and artificial intelligence present an enormous opportunity for national and personal income growth and could add up to $4 trillion to Australia’s economy.
The New York Times columnist reflects on how technology is changing our world in a conversation with James Manyika.